Turkish Urfa Kebab

Turkish Urfa Kebab

Urfa Kebab has a chocolate aroma with mild heat from Urfa pepper. Both can be widely found in Southern Turkey. The irregular shaped flakes of Urfa biber, also known as Isot pepper, are a versatile condiment that can be sprinkled on cheese, salad, or vegetables of any kind for a new distinct flavor. They might become a favorite condiment in your kitchen.
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Turkish Lahmacun

Turkish Lahmacun

The pizza-style lahmacun, or lahmajoun, or translated "meat on dough" is popular in the Eastern Mediterranean region from Lebanon to Turkey. The crust has a thin crispy-soft texture from the stone oven. At home, it's traditionally baked in a pan without oil. The meat infused with summer vegetables creates a refreshing juicy topping. Enjoy lahmacun rolled up with or without salad filling. ...
Italian Saltimbocca

Italian Saltimbocca

Preparing this dish is simple. Its flavor is irresistible - it jumps right into your mouth ("salt-im-bocca"). An Italian everyday dinner consists of at least two courses: pasta, soup, or risotto followed by meat or fish with vegetables or salad. Saltimbocca is a popular second course. We recommend pasta seasoned with a simple sauce as the first course. ...
Persian Kabob Koobideh

Persian Kabob Koobideh

Kabob Koobideh is the most popular grilled ground meat in Iran and around the Persian Gulf. The meat is prepared differently to a burger. It's important to knead the meat well to receive a texture that sticks to the skewers and turns out light when served. The kabob is traditionally grilled on wide flat metal skewers "hanging" over the fire so that the meat doesn't get in contact with the grill. This recipe is an easier weekday version. ...
Mexican Tacos Al Pastor

Mexican Tacos Al Pastor

Tacos al Pastor is a popular Mexican street food. Mexican liked Shawarma made by Lebanese immigrants so much that they created their local take of it. For both dishes, thin marinated meat slices are stapled on a vertical rotisserie, slowly roasted, thinly cut, then served in local bread. The 'shepherd style' tacos are marinated in ...
Indonesian Mie Goreng

Indonesian Mie Goreng

Mie Goreng is a common dish in Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore. The stir-fried noodles resemble Chinese Chow Mein and might have their roots in Chinese cooking. The ingredient list offers a great variety with different selections of vegetables and optional meat or shrimp. The spice blend with earthy galangal accounts for an exceptional flavor. ...
Brazilian Coxinha

Brazilian Coxinha

Coxinha ("little thigh") is one of the most famous savory snacks in Brazil and indispensable to any party. Each bar and each family has its own recipe. The fried crisp 'drumsticks' filled with a well-seasoned sauce are so scrumptious - you can't just have one. Tip: Fill any leftover dough with a cube of cheese and/ or ham, and optionally hot chili slices.
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Persian Khoresh Fesenjan

Persian Khoresh Fesenjan

Khoresh Fesenjan is one of the best dishes of the Persian cuisine and part of the dinner table on Shabe Yalda when families come together to celebrate the longest night of the year and the beginning of the winter. Walnuts and pomegranates give this stew its characteristic flavor: creamy richness with a tangy flavor and a hint of sweetness. The shopping list is short and the cooking steps are simple. It can be cooked fast. Though, the heavenly taste sensation develops only with patience. ...
South African Bobotie

South African Bobotie

The origin of this popular South African is unknown. Bobotie was most likely influenced by the Malaysian and Dutch cuisine. This creamy meat pie balances a sweet-sour-spicy flavor. The fresh lime leaves from the authentic recipe are usually substituted with bay leaves. Lemon thyme comes closer to the authentic flavor and fills the kitchen with a fragrant smell.
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